Liverpool will stage a PLDA-format workshop from 27th October - 1st November 2008 as part of the European Capital of Culture celebrations. Workshop participants have the opportunity to work with some of the world's leading lighting professional's to deliver the unique Pool
of Light project.

The workshop will take place in a section of the city known as the "Baltic Triangle" which is an historic port area bordered by Rope Walks, Liverpool One and Kings Waterfront, and include two sites on the opposite side of the river Mersey.

Olsson & Linder are heading a workshop group in GREAT GEORGE SQUARE.
The Great George Square is an area surrounded by a housing estate in the Baltic triangle area of Liverpool. The task and challenge for the team is to design this area to create a positive impact and to make it relevant to local young people.


For the fourth year in a row, the town of Linköping arranges a lighting project which involves lighting designers from Sweden, working with 19 objects and/or sites.

Olsson & Linder participates with three sites: COLOURED FLAG - a permanent installation and transformation of an existing pedestrian tunnel. BLING-BLING For The People - a temporary installation in a park.
RANDOM TREES - part of a permanent installation and transformation of an existing housing estate, together with the housing company (Stångåstaden).